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   Evening Record, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1908, Greenville, Pennsylvania                                THE EVENING BSTABUSHED 2 CENTS PER OBEYS ONLY PARTLY TRISTATE NEWS IN BRIEF Hughes of Morgan Greene STORM STOPS TRIAL CAN HAVE ANYTHING Qompera Comments Freely on In died as the result of Injuries Steamship Bringing Several Wit Idol of Mine junction Issued Against bar Federation FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS INVADED received when he was thrown by a Edward age seventyfive was in the snow at Laurel to nesses for Thaw Unable to Reach Her Will Be Asked to Serve in Advisory Capacity Calls Action JudgeMade In heart caused the first serious Interruption for of the second Thaw It put an em Amonfl Delegates Seems tune of It Is bargo on practically all the shipping junction and Not Statute starved himself Into Insanity at New n the lower bay and prevented the Crront of Pederatlonlst He i New blinding DAV swept New York UK lAKC VAbAllUN WIIH PAY Unfavorable to Dolana Claim That He In Entitled to Sit as Delegate In AFTER CANNON PUSHING NEW ROAD Greene County Coal to Be Opened Up West FIGHT ON THE TRACK Sensational Attack in House Upon the of Encounter Between Two Runners Representative Shackelford Makes Virginia Connecting Railroad company National Guard Track Meet Scene it is preparing to begin tho construction of its proposed road i from to Plttsburg through the Greene county coal atfjirk on A8ents ire renewing rights of way was madein Washington SHEPPARD ATTACKS HASKIHS the house of representatives by The road bB about 125 Shackelford of Missouri during the Tne rollte pa8sea through New York Champion Throws Urtlver Braves Displeasure of en from making any reference to tbe controversy between the American Federation of Labor and the Bucks Stove and Range President Samuel In an editorial In tbe current issue of the American Fed comments on Justice Goulds recent at great length and declares a purpose not to comply with all Its It Is an invasion of the liberty of the press and the right of free speech declares We would be recreant to our duty did we not do all In oar power to point out to thn peo ple the serious invasion of their llber ttw which has taken That this has been done by judgemade Injunc tion and not by statute law makes the menace all the matter of attempting to sup press the boycott of tho Bucks Stove and Range company by while yet pales into Insig nificance before this invasion and 3e nlal of constitutional We dls oues this Injunction and feel obliged a matter of conscience and princi ple to protest against its issuance and ttfl yet we desire It to be Clearly understood that the editor of 4be American Federationist does not himself thereby violating any law of either state or nor does he Intend or advise any disrespect toward the courts of our And yet natural and constitution al rights and guarantees must be de fended and Oompers states that the serv kit work big Btoamer Adriatic from reaching her On board the liner are four physicians and a trained nurse from declared In are Important witnesses for tbe the consideration of the urgent deficiency appropriation He said Speaker Cannon was the boldest cham pion of autocracy I his age has pro and declared that the speaker exercised n despotism than l WUI uns J111IIUL LUI1L WllUOBBGB IUI LUU Ing on a roof Charles a defenfle and wnoso testimony he de exists In any monarchy In fell over the landing astride a to record before Dolan of tho Pittsbntfc the Speaker Cannon nt this juncture en IfYInt ftttirtO f tnjit Vintnttr tf n 1 i t t fence twentyfive feet He propounding hypothetical questions to former opponent of John tered the chamber and nrald Republl wos so terribly injured by tho pickets the threa exporlg who wlu 8wear that put ln a can by a credential comcan applause took a seat in front of when Harry Thaw shot and killed mHtee and tne convention will solder who asserted that bo that he will East age was accidental Stanford White he Was so mentally de ficient that he did not know the na the Is fore any bill rnulil paaH you must Dolan came here to make a fight tor bend your noble bodies forward In ly shot and perhaps fatally wounded tore or quality of his The request reinstatement to the He was ex proper Tola your hands and by his brother age for an adjournment uutll Pelled two years as oh The boys were shooting Harold made upon the opening of the tue Plttsburg he cast and got a shot In the lower jaw and I was granted by Justice Bowling be done the votes of his constituents He challenged Speaker Cannon to Pa Jan Edwin A I Mr LHtietoV promised the thelr instructions In favor of the op rise In hifi not as but Jones Te seventy three a retired hypothetical query ready Imme ertttorsThat act was viewed as a be a member ot the Illinois age a reiirea trnvnl nnt nnlv nt HHtnlinll lint nf tho mirt ne linw nml aihan U woo of Pennsylvania Man Latter U About to Pass Him In Race at giving the Greene county capital its first standardguage road outlet to a MaJ roney is president of the and the largest stockholder and the finan cial backer is Joslah Thompson of The terminals ot the road annual will be Pittsburg and indoor track meet of Company but connection Is to bo made at Pennsylvania national the latter place with a road entering held here last ended In a Waynesburg la about midsized riot that was precipitated by an way between the attack made by Melvln Sheppard of The building of this road is a part the IrlshAmerican Athletic cltth Of of a scheme outlined by Thompson and his associates to build a network of railroads to develop the Qreene county coal Existing roads have failed to provide facilities to properly New York upon Guy Hasklns ot University ot Pennsylvania In the conrie of a match which was the failure of the the intercollegiate handle the enormous production which defeated Sheppard recently Jolfersou Bavins bodyguards while the Confederate chief was incarcerat ed in Fortress Monroe after the Stuart has issued a charter to the Ir winHermlnle Electric Street Railway company to build a line from Irwln to a distance of five and one half The company is capital ized at Oil was struck at near the York at 5 oclock last The town in a state of the wildest Oil and gas are gushing from the hole in great The hole is 500 feet atives ot the state fairs of West Vir ginia and Ohio were In conference for the purpose of securing uniformity aa to classification of at state Emma Wittle of Manheim dreamed slio saw nesses ot fact have testified on Mon and unless Jeromes crossex amlnatlon of the experts Is unexpect edly long the defense will rest by Mon day The prosecution will pro wnole cause of the Dolan was applauded by the but has been criticized by the In a vigorous attack upon which followed his he de Ts dead herV Ho was one of Sately af er few remain ng wit trayal not only ot Mitchell but of the and tell how and when It WES he wlll De evidence In a few years at tti Third is dead Ho was one of whnlo fllo the responsibility for the Thompson owns and controls many Last nteM toe men were te legislation that was to be enacted by thousands of acres of the virgin Greene make about seven and threeonartere simply becoming moderator this de county and the projected laps on the flat armory floor track Iterative railroad will run through the heart of had completed six laps when Haaklnf Speaker cannon his made an effort to pass who Shackelford protested against Waynesburg business men and capi had taken the lead at the second la Sower f8 Ullst8 aro glvlne the every en and who had practically been run orf m ue Tj and are assisting In Be feet by the university The members to break down this autoc curing the necessary right ot men Jostled on the falso bank at one j of the and when Raskins start DUNS REVIEW OF TRADE to go by the New York runner on tho straight track tbe latter swung ceed on Tuesday with its rebuttal case and should not occupy more than a day and a The surrebuttal by the defense will be and In spite cue who thinks Wearing a carnation makes him a The carna tion since has been adopted as the Friday or Saturday of next The witnesses who are to land from the Adriatic are expected to telt of al of the delay the case should end by flower of the It Is not likely that one voice will be raised for Do out of his great John Mitchell shall leged Irrational outbreaks by Thaw in Dolan obtained credentials from a Europe long before Evelyn Nesblt union in and upon came into hla The district attortheae admission to the conven ney tried to secure the names of the tlon wltnessss from Littleton and there TbJs session is more absolutely un was a lively exchange for a few minder tbe sPe11 ot Mitchells magnetism ending with the identity of tho tnan nlne yearly gather newcomers as much of a mystery aa at which he previously The sight of his painlined counte the stiffness and soreness evi dent in the slow movements ot his bandaged the charm of kindli ness and sincerity In his INVADED BY THE OCEAN Storm Drives Sea Ashore and Beach Homes Are Asbury voice affect profoundly the toil ers he has served so et some of the foremost lawyers the dead ot ner John sands of dollars worth of property was We cannot let him The union o0ase H WIttl0 lylus alons a rallrond Sev along the Jersey coast from will die without said one of the TT of carried to the United States erai hourg ater W0rd came that her Long Branch north to the highlands national sstpreme The action against the Federation Reading at Labor and its officers was brought hi the supreme court of the District of Columbia on the ground that the pub Mcatlon of the stove company in the vere by Dont Patronize list in the Amer brothor had been found dead on the by the The seas brokeover the Born of this thought was a meeting racy and the rules In order that the peoples representatives may do the thngs they want FINAL DECREE ENTERED Olassworkers Union Dissolved and New Weekly around seizing Hasklns around Review of Trade says today the deliberately threw him to More manufacturing plants have the Immediately friends of Has resumed and money is abundant at who were seated along the track riovpinnH ton 9K A nt terms but husiness feels the near the rushed upon has been entered In tha mt of Purchasing power of who had started to Someone hit nas ooen enteiea in tne suit or the 0jn vi cutters and flatteners against Windowgloss Workers sands still Buyers have him fairly on the and in a mo 016 arrived in large numbers in the local ment he was Jostled and being punched of America by Judge Phillips in com various workers employed in the glass including the cutters and flat The funds of the while reported to be near It is not more than The court ordered that the funds be left Jobbing drygoods placing fair and Friends of Sheppard ran orders at the lower prices named on and for a moment there was dan some and this forward ger of a serious free A dozen business was also liberal at other policemen forced their way into the large Mercantile collections crowd on the floor and rescued Shop continue to although still whom they escorted to one of backward at many Industrial the company rooms in the news is slightly more encouraging on George the old University of the but there is much Idle ma Pennsylvania who was chlnery and the local output has been disqualified Sheppard and awarded tho curtailed on that together race to The committee in charge ot the meet announced that state armory Ketchans Sons of Phila whose bid was were bidders and they been compiled with in this respect by Probably wlu b9 contract Fo a Socialist congressional candi organized an army of unemployed dropping the stove company from the ALL MEN NOT EQUAL President of Harvard University Makes Remarkable Statement Charles president of Harvard univer advocated in a public address that American boys and girls be sort ed out by agents of teach ers and forced by law to study trades assigned to Idiots ideas caused a sensation at thu banquet of the national society for tin for strP of ymS between the ocean an armory to be erected at and lhe Shrewsbury flooding the the bled u miniature Venice and caused general damage to pa vilions and Mayor Packer directed the occupants of many homes to retire across the river where the ground is The people were taken from their homes in uy uio iue aeuH oroKeover me 01 mis uiougut was a meeting uiuclcu LUUI uio IUUUB uc with the tardiness of winter bulkheads which protect the narrow of the most Influential men In the or A better notea for would run but Mike ganization The outcome will probably products of iron and steel and more the University bf Pennsjlva streets of Seabrlght so that it resem B PJt It is probable that this omce win S5 fThave been SST Ct and irritated man be advisory in Its duties and that it I without material conces and that be regretted his conduct Following the announcement of slons ln operations Phillips decision officers and are resumng to some extent and struc Ste0j wag ajsQ taken for raUway will carry a vote in the international executive As a preparation the new work Mitchell may be given an extend nwsmbors of the Amalgamated Window ed vacation with pay in which to make Olassworkers held a meeting and or A train on the Central Railroad of full recovery from Ms series of nerve ganlzed a new association to be known who will march on the court New Je whloh ft Lo Brmcn Decking There is no ques as the National Window Glaaswork limiea nni1 nt tna tintmtv nnm tion that the organization will give to its membership to practl trld B fahrlca missioners the privilege of snow always done by convict house and demand of the county com with train crew and thrae was stalled at Ludlowa crossing all day by the which beat operators about the engine and cars and threat of tho Pittsburg district have authorened to wash away the tracks under Ized President Taylor of the Plttsburg When the tide receded the train Coal company to send a committee to crept back to Long tbe miners convention at Indianapolis CASES 239 AND 240 Chosen by Prosecution to Begin Capi tol Graft prices by leading houses stimulating for tlie commonwealth in the capital the movement of merchandise at sec Prosecutions have notified the attor him whatever he con be Induced to cal eysfOr the Defense that when the to give him the In to confer regarding a renewal ot the interstate tvhich they T mu promotion of Industrial education held MpCabe a wealthy farmer living near at tbe Eliot said I assert that it is perfectly proper cty and constructed Orchard Says He ToTd Cripple In a letter received in this city Albert HwBle allas Harry con murderep ot forlner Governor way one of the anthracite delegates expressed his Will Await Governor Harris will not name a successor to George member of the cir cuit court bench of tbe LucasBrie or opposed to statutory public were Former operating to any many an nnn Steunenherg of Idaho and principal who has just until the on which the consplracy caaes agalnst convention for the dlatrfet to enact laws which will give the he has placed an Houses Haywood and leaders of the has met and named a candidate teachers the authority to sort out the to furnish power for everything on WeBtern Foderation of reiter hoys and girls assign to each the the He operates his feed trade at which he or she seeuis beat by means of tho ma adapted and the law should then com pel these children to be trained for their these country home on what la known as This sentiment I see has already Methodist two miles south of impressed some of you as being un in Belmont I think that it is not Misses Jane and Margaret two Democracy is based on a theory that elderly met a horrible ntes the truth of his confession and gays I have told the truth and would uot go back on one thing if by doing These tests are Trial camera treatments are being mailed out on by so 1 would suve my life and gain my Harvester Company Franklin proving to the a pen nys great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as She Vs Ca officers of the Amalgamated Window Glassworkers were elected tempora together with the old executive wage committee ana court offi cers to hold office pending an The officers are presl ease 240 The defendants In these cases are Architect Joseph Contract or John former Auditor General William former State Treasurer William Mathues and James former sn Frogs Narrow writes My on and u half was working perintendent of grounds and dent and George Whonn viper about two In the first cose the commonwealth al i Notice was sent out to all of the old long glided past A good shot leges that the state was defrauded u stone aliout the size of n preceptories in the country of this ao bnll broko the reptiles tion and in addition manufacturers cd of thc cut who had signed and are operating un tho to der the amalgamated scale were post n whlnh hopped out of While the Amalgamated assocla its prison county grand jury has returned an in West tarrh tion was dissolved and Its funds tied up by Judge Phillips it was announced that the new organization all men are equal all men are not In some manner their clothing caught dlctmeut against the International Har oqual and never can be men of pracare and neither being able to help the vester charging that the ttcal mind have long set aside that other both lost their I company has combined the McCor Sold by Harry jjflB ample financial resources to con duct Dlii you think Miss Jawklns has pjatitude for what it is mlck the cllamPion the DeerlnS BULUUtl lur WUUL 11 to WUI rHnnlnnntl Tun OKfPha And as men are not equal so are I St toe Osborne coralanles tb control aidren yet less Wesee how hetf in a single with the same verBy wlth the clnclnnati Mlu and same tho Mlne company over a wn aame brothers and sis ters enter widely divergent strata ot eoclety by natural Thus I find that nature often con flicts with what idealists regard as democracys and when na ture and democracy clash democracy la the Bllot added that what Industrial conditions require is workmen skilled aa not more able fore i and BRAVE BOY BEATEN UP car The difference amounts to only but the supply company re fuses to pay it on general principles and the railroad has instituted a suit for the recovery of the formerly state of To sentenced by the supreme court to ten days in jail mid fined on the charge of conspiring with former Supreme Court Clerk BmeiBon fraudu lently to obtain a certificate to prac tice Inw in was released from the county jail last night on paying his fine and the Austin had served eleven a trial latlon vL aniltrust Inspector Gof New It has developed that the inspector who had passed upon the Shouts importations ou the pier in September accepted a gratuity of for his The money was paid by either or It Is understood that General Clark son has recommended to the secretary of the treasury that the offending In spector be tlfR College Youth Battered by Burglar Whom He Sent to a Philadelphia student of three da8 Andrew Jackson Detsch lies in a critical I was charged with murdering at his lodgings from a beat ing by a man he had sent to prison for Eleven months ago young Schmertz caught a robber at work In a grocery here with a fellowstu Hany Ferreo In a boarding house In this city last was acquit The announcement of tbe verdict caused an enthusiastic demonstration In the crowded The killing of Ferreo was sensational owing to Chicago Grain Additional re ports ot damage by green bugs to the fallsown crop In the southwest and tbe advance in corn imparted strength to the local wheat market the May delivery closing at a gain of Corn was up Oats were May options closed 81 Plttsburg Corn New 2 yellow 1 $13.00@16.60 1 1 captured Tho prisoner assured the boy at the Peculiar circumstances surround Ume he was sentenced that he would lne the case created great Interest OatsNew 2 He was released from the throughout the Bastern penitentiary a month Pet Butter Wheel he met Schmertz in South who believed himself dying and Bethlehem he choked tbe lad Into In confessed to having assisted his daugh sanslbillty and hammered his face and ter Ellen to hang herself thirteen head with brass Schmertis years has been charged with mur has half a dozen scalp and It der by District Attorney A feared the skull Is Vuard will be kept over him until his condition permits his removal to the Eaten by Fetter Is seventythree ytMi of w mA Ws daughter was Butter Ohio York full cream Ohio full Wisconsin light market Choice tidy fat 94 fresh cows and 349 W common to the wystery of the disappearance the other to a and Hfht and et John U market Prima IJO feod fair haak Three months age BtWlver f Li fading of a skeleton on the plains He confessed that he northwest of Alberta provplaced a rope around bis daughters t and then tied the other end to a FURNITURE If you want furniture now is i the time to buy when you can find everything in stock that is needed to make your home i look It you anticipate camping out or spending tho summer In your cottage it will pay you to look over our selection of cot tage the thing for You can use them on your porch or lawn In the daytime and use them for a bed at night Our evergrowing trade en ablea us to carry a full line ot uptodate Furniture which we i sell at such reasonable prices that we never have anything but staples on Our Christmas goods were cleaned up to the A visit to our store will sat isfy you as It has many that we hare tbe rlgbt at the right THCQIBSOH JMRHIIMKC mmm Body of Seaman Washed body of a name clad In oil skins and having on a life was waabed ashore at Pine Hiire I dont replied the yniinu If she her inoutb wiiuliint sivn hem a chance to be Chicago Bad at nre which caused a property damage of 000 destroyed the city hall and police buildings and endangered the lives of more than 700 Tbe fire was the worst in the state since the land conflagration of when the citys business and residential sections were almqat wiped Police BUI Passes Nevada police bill was passed by the senate without a dissenting vote and was sent sent to the The Young lrom a morning paper Nurse want il to look after young age about We do not know much juuit tho hut Is that partlcu for d babyLondon young out of in connection with payments for sofas and clothes which were supplied by Sander son at tbe rate of a The allegation in case 240 is that the state was defrauded out of in payment for 272 The attorneys for the commonwealth decided to notify counsel for the de fense of the order in which these cases will be called so that they may have opportunity to get their witnesses here and prepare for Both sides claim to be ready for and the in dications are there will be no Michigan Leans drastic prohibition proposal was unanimously and favorably reported In the constitu tional convention hy Ilqoor Makes the most nutri tious food and the most dainty and Ohio Increasing cloudiness and warmer rain or snow In the aftsrnpon or at night ellfhtly colder In north West rain er at pr BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder route from Royal Grape Creuu of Tartar No fussing or fretting over the biscuit Royal i   

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